Queen Victoria deck plans

Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities

Queen Victoria deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by Cunard deckplan pdf (printable version).

Each of the Queen Victoria cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on Queen Victoria staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.

MS Queen Victoria (built 2007, last refurbished in 2017) is the second of all three operational Cunard ships – together with vessel class mate MS Queen Elizabeth and the flagship RMS Queen Mary 2.

Cunard Queen Victoria cruise ship deck plan has a total of 1037 staterooms for 2074 passengers (max capacity is 2489 guests), served by 900 crew and staff (max 1001). This Cunard liner has 12 passenger decks (out of 16) with 6 restaurants, 15 lounges/bars, 9 shops/boutiques, 3 swimming pools (1 is hydro/hydrotherapy) and 5 jacuzzies, 12 elevators, open deck area is 930 m2 (10,000 ft2), laundrettes (passenger-use laundry facilities).

Cunard Victoria deck plan changes 2017 refurbishment review

During the ship's last scheduled 2017 drydock refurbishment (May 5 - June 4, done by Fincantieri in Palermo Sicily Italy) were installed additional 43 Britannia Club staterooms, as well as single-occupancy cabins. According to Cunard, the decision was based on passenger demand.

  • A total of 18 balcony cabins plus 15 inside cabins were added on decks 6, 7, 8, 9. The new interior staterooms were added in the aft deck sections of decks 5, 6, 7 and 8.
  • 5 new Penthouse Suites were also added.
  • The total number of staterooms was increased from 1004 to 1037,
  • These deckplan changes also reflected on the ship's max passenger capacity, which was increased from 2410 to 2489.
  • Refits and enhancements were also done to several of the ship's most popular public spaces (including Lido Sun Deck, Winter Garden, Britannia Club Restaurant). All staterooms were upgraded with large flat TVs plus tea-coffee making facilities.
  • The 2017 refurbishment project cost Cunard around GBP 30 million (USD 40 million).
  • The increased passenger capacity was accomplished by adding to the ship a whole new aft deck section.

Queen Victoria’s drydock refurbishment in 2015 (December 2014 – January 2015) resulted in no major deck plan changes, excepting the new single cabins added on deck 2. The dry-dock was at Bohm + Voss shipyard (Hamburg) and included mainly maintenance works on the hull and propulsion (Azipods bearings changing). Drydock refurbishment works were done by almost 2000 people working on the ship (around 600,000 work hours). The refit (as upgrades and renovations) featured:

  • a total of 9 single cabins (8 Oceanview, 1 Interior) were added on deck 2 (portside) taking some space from the casino.
  • over 20,000 m2 of new carpeting (in all public spaces) along with updating the wall paneling
  • 3100 new mattresses (in all cruise cabins and suites) along with new sheets and towels
  • tea/coffee pantries were installed at the Britannia dining room
  • floor renovation in the ballroom Queen’s Room
  • more awnings were added on Lido Deck 9 (around the pools), increasing the shaded seating / relaxation areas.

Deck layouts

  • Deck 01

    Queen Victoria Deck 01
  • Deck 02

    Queen Victoria Deck 02
  • Deck 03

    Queen Victoria Deck 03
  • Deck 04

    Queen Victoria Deck 04
  • Deck 05

    Queen Victoria Deck 05
  • Deck 06

    Queen Victoria Deck 06
  • Deck 07

    Queen Victoria Deck 07
  • Deck 08

    Queen Victoria Deck 08
  • Deck 09

    Queen Victoria Deck 09
  • Deck 10

    Queen Victoria Deck 10
  • Deck 11

    Queen Victoria Deck 11
  • Deck 12

    Queen Victoria Deck 12

Queen Victoria deck plans are property of Cunard. All deck layouts are for informational purposes only and CruiseMapper is not responsible for their accuracy.